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Birkenstock is following in UK chip-maker Arm's footsteps as a high-profile European company seeking a public offering in the US rather than the old continent.
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President von der Leyen pledged more support for the wind industry during her State of the Union address.
WATCH: German basketball world champions welcomed home by fans
Germany beat Serbia 83-77 to win the Basketball World Cup for the first time.
Ukrainians leaving Poland for Germany as Europe cries out for workers
Ukrainians refugees choosing where to live affects labour markets across the continent, with European countries desperate for workers and facing demographic declines due to low birthrates.
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A new advert portrays Olaf Scholz in an unfavourable light over a vote on the country's retirement age.
German circus replaces live animals with holograms
All the fun of the fair without the cruelty: Germany's Roncalli circus has replaced live animals with holograms.
Germany wins Basketball World Cup for first time, beating Serbia 83-77
German former basketballer Dirk Nowitzki went into the Basketball Hall of Fame, and now his homeland stands atop the men’s international basketball world.
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A series of fires hit railway infrastructure in the city of Hamburg overnight, causing widespread disruption to trains between Hamburg and Berlin.
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German museum in racism row over partial ban of white people
The row centres around the exhibition 'This is Colonialism' and the museum's decision to restrict white people from entering a small section of the display
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The 65-year-old politician fell while jogging in his hometown of Potsdam on Saturday and was forced to cancel appointments over the weekend.